- Karen Killinger Mann, Extension food safety specialist – (509) 335-2970
- Mike Gaffney, emergency response coordination – (509) 335-4611
Resources collected by the Extension Disaster Education Network. You may also find additional useful information on the EDEN website at http://eden.lsu.edu.
Links for More Recovery Information
- Preparing a Home that will be Flooded
- Protecting your Family and your Home against Flooding
- Preparing to Evacuate your Farm (Section 9.9)
Pesticide Storage Concerns during a Flood – Prevention and Emergency Response (Section 9.10)
- Dealing with Continuing Basement Seepage
- Floods: First Entry of a Flooded Home – What to do
- Recovering the Flooded Landscape
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – During a flood and its aftermath, there are some basic facts to remember that will help protect your personal health and safety.
- Keeping Food Safe – ABCs of Keeping Food Safe in an Emergency
- Flood Cleanup Information from the Purdue University – You should help yourself first, otherwise you’re no good to anyone else; information on pets and livestock; drinking water supplies; salvage; insurance and more.
- Extension Disaster Education Network – Information on livestock and crop security and health issues.
- Floods Response and Recovery – Scroll halfway down the page for information on health and home safety.